WW1 flying movie ...worth the watch

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richg99
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WW1 flying movie ...worth the watch

Post by richg99 » 03 Apr 2017, 01:25

Von Richthofen and Brown. WW1 airplane movie.

Not too much talking, lots of flying and shooting.

Comcast...On Demand. free...

worth the watch IMHO.

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WW1 flying movie ...worth the watch

Post by KMixson » 03 Apr 2017, 04:11

When I get time, I will have to watch this movie.

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WW1 flying movie ...worth the watch

Post by KMixson » 04 Apr 2017, 15:41

Yes, I watched it. It was a pretty good movie if you like the dogfights which I do. Lots of action in this one.

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WW1 flying movie ...worth the watch

Post by PGRChaplain » 05 Apr 2017, 17:07

Thanks for the Heads Up! Our Airport here is Named after 1st. Lt. Paul F. Baer. He flew for the French, Lafayette Flying Corp & The Lafayette Escadrille before we got involved in WWI.

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WW1 flying movie ...worth the watch

Post by richg99 » 05 Apr 2017, 17:19

You are welcome.

I am reading ...The Red Battle Flyer ....right now. It is a slow and cumbersome reading of some of the exploits of the Red Baron Von Richthoff himself.

Supposedly, it was written by Red Baron.

It was only $1.00 or so on Amazon Kindle.

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